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Fantastic Fest is a celebration of genre films of all shapes, sizes and budgets. That means that in-between the Korean revenge flicks and the fantastical Japanese musicals and the American slasher throwbacks are science fiction films and the festival’s track record with programming smart sci-fi has been awfully consistent. 2015, which featured the best line-up in Fantastic Fest’s history, was no different. Here’s… Continue reading The Best (and Craziest) Science Fiction Films at Fantastic Fest 2015

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Stunts Showcase of the Day:

With Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation opening this weekend, io9 presents a look at all of Tom Cruise‘s crazy stunts from the movie series:

Actor Profile of the Day:

Speaking of the Mission: Impossible series, here’s a video showing us how to be Tom Cruise

Update: We’ve added over a half-dozen more trailers below.

An entire police force turned into children by antiaging gas. A documentary narrated by David Cronenberg about the illegal organ trade. A gang of thieves face off against a coven of witches. New movies from the directors of Murder Party, Rabies, Waltz with Bashir, Kill List, Sin City, Not Quite Hollywood and Cold Fish all in one… Continue reading Updated: Fantastic Fest Trailers Reveal Some of This Year's Craziest Movies


Image Credit: Ron Tom/ABC

ABC’s The Neighbors concerns a family that moves into a community…full of human-looking aliens…who communicate via something called a Pupar…and cry green goo from their ears. Yep, you’re thinking: Did TV time-travel back to 1996, when “wacky” sitcoms (see: 3rd Rock From the Sun) were all the rage?

How’d the season’s oddest new comedy come to… Continue reading ABC’s ‘The Neighbors’: The Story Behind Fall’s Craziest New Show

The craziness that is San Diego Comic-Con will descend upon us in just a few short hours, when a fleet of hardcore fans flock to the west coast for dazzling trailer premieres, celebrity geek-outs and Spider-Men of every shape and size.

While the convention has been in existence since 1970, the hype surrounding SDCC has grown into a monstrous beast over the last decade, thanks to the increasing presence of movies… Continue reading Iron Man, Screaming Fans & Stabbings! The Craziest Moments in Comic-Con History